To access future grid storage opportunities in China, market players must prove performance in the market now

We met with Hui Dong, the Chief Engineer for Energy Storage at the China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) in Beijing, to discuss opportunities and constraints in the Chinese energy storage market. Despite the massive potential of the Chinese market, penetration of grid storage projects is l...

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